Visits

Prof. Witold Szczechla from Warsaw University, Poland, is visiting us from October 23 to December 20. Welcome! Carlos Eduardo Marciano, post-master student at UFRJ, Brazil, is visiting us from September 13 to December 9. This visit is in the framework of the THANES project. Welcome! Pr. Vladimir Gaitsgory from Macquarie University, Australia, is visiting us from Sept. 1 until Oct. 31. Welcome!

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New members

1/10/2019: Tareq Si Salem is joining us as PhD student. Welcome! 1/10/2019: Kishor Patil is joining us as a Postdoc. Welcome! 1/9/2019: Siemo Zhang, Master student from the University of Twente, is visiting us for 3 months. Welcome! 1/7/2019: Anirudh Sabnis, PhD student from UMass, joins us for a 3-month intenship. Welcome! 10/6/2019: Quentin Petitjean is joining us for a 3-month internship for ENS Paris Saclay. Welcome! 1/6/2019: Mikhail Kamalov is joining us as PhD student. Welcome! 1/6/2019: Omar Mohamed…

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NIM Talk

The next NEO Internal Meeting will take place on Wednesday 2 October, 14h30. Prof. Vladimir Gaitsgory will make a presentation about: Linear Programming Approach to Long Run Average Optimal Control: The Non-Ergodic Case An abstract of this talk and a short bio are below. ___________________ Abstract: We will discuss properties of the infinite dimensional linear programming problem, which along with its dual allow one to characterize the optimal value of the deterministic long-run average optimal control problem. The novelty of…

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NIM Talk

The next NEO Internal Meeting will take place on Wednesday 10 July, 14h30. Anirudh Sabnis will make a presentation about “OCCAM: An Optimization-Based Approach to Network Inference”. ________ Abstract: OCCAM: An Optimization-Based Approach to Network Inference We study the problem of inferring the structure of a communication network based only on network measurements made from a set of hosts situated at the network periphery. Our novel approach called “OCCAM” is based on the principle of occam’s razor and finds the…

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Thesis defense

Zaid Allybokus defended his thesis on Tuesday 11th June. It took place in Amphitheater Morgenstern (building Kahn of Inria’s center in Sophia Antipolis) at 15:00. The title: Real-Time Scalable Algorithms for Alpha-Fair Resource Allocation in Software Defined Networks Abstract: In this dissertation, we deal with the design of algorithms to tackle the α-fair resource allocation problem in real-time and distributed SoftwareDefined Networks (SDN). First, we define three major requirements that picture the challenges of real-time algorithms implementable in modern distributed…

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